Grandview Heights City Council at its meeting Monday, Dec. 2, approved one ordinance relating to the Grandview Yard project, but two measures could not be passed because there were not enough votes to suspend the rules and allow for approval on their second readings.
A movement that began in England in 2011 to give people a better outlook on death made its first leap across the pond to land in Columbus last summer.
A new program is helping Grandview Heights High School students learn about the workaday world without having to leave the school building.
The efforts of a community recycling group are on the verge of going viral.
Grandview Heights police arrested a taxicab passenger Nov. 24 after the driver reported the man pointed a rifle at him.
Officials with Cancer Support Community Central Ohio hope a new location will increase awareness of the nonprofit organization's focus on support, education and hope as important components to treating people with the disease.
Grandview Heights City Council approved a $13,739,224 budget for 2014 at its meeting Monday, Dec. 2.
The Grandview Civic Welfare Club's annual sale of luminarias helps make Grandview and Marble Cliff look picture-perfect on Christmas Eve.
Three local Buffalo Wild Wings franchises -- one of which was at one time the highest-grossing store in the national chain -- have been sold to an out-of-town investor.
Grandview Heights City Council is expected to vote on two pieces of legislation relating to the Grandview Yard development at its meeting Monday, Dec. 2.
Grandview Heights High School honor roll.
'Tis the season for holiday events in Grandview and Marble Cliff.
November has many annual traditions, including Election Day, Veterans Day and Thanksgiving.
Need a life-saving surgery for a beloved pet, but can't afford the cost?
It's a sobering statistic that has caused local officials to mobilize into action: Every week, three Columbus families are burying a child who died before his or her first birthday.
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